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Lenovo S10-3t 0651-37U 10.1-Inch Multitouch Netbook (Black)

Lenovo S10-3t 0651-37U 10.1-Inch Multitouch Netbook (Black)
Lenovo S10-3t 0651-37U 10.1-Inch Multitouch Netbook (Black)


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Lenovo S10-3t 0651-37U 10.1-Inch Multitouch Netbook (Black)

TOUCH THE FUTURE WITH BREAKTHROUGH TECHNOLOGY YOU CAN CARRY ANYWHERE: The IdeaPad S10-3t is a multitouch convertible tablet that functions equally well as a netbook or a tablet, with its 180 swivel screen and ultra-slim design under an inch thick. With the Lenovo NaturalTouch Panel, the S10-3t responds to the lightest of touches, making it fun and easy to use the range of NaturalTouch multimedia touch-optimized applications. The S10-3t also features DirectShare, so you can quickly synchronize your files with another notebook without connecting to the web. When you do need the internet, Quick Start 2.0 will get you online in seconds with its ‘instant on’ function that lets you access the web, multimedia files and other applications without booting to the desktop operating system. However you use the S10-3t, you’ll find it easier, more interactive and more adaptable than any netbook you’ve ever seen. Best of all, it’s from Lenovo, makers of the award-winning ThinkPad business n

  • 1.66GHz Intel Atom Processor, has an 8 cell battery on the system
  • 1GB 204 Pin DDR2 SO-DIMM Memory
  • 250GB SATA Hard Drive (5400RPM); 802.11 b/g/n
  • 10.1″ 1024×600 LED Multi-Touch Display (16:9); Intel GMA 3150 Graphics
  • Windows 7 Starter

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  1. 248 of 249 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great netbook, nice build quality, great looks and an ok touchscreen., February 21, 2010
    By 
    David Lescalleet (Hagerstown, MD) –
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    This review is from: Lenovo S10-3t 0651-37U 10.1-Inch Multitouch Netbook (Black) (Personal Computers)

    Got this about 1 week ago with the 8 cell battery and 250GB hard drive. I upgraded the RAM to 2GB and have upgraded the OS to Win7 Pro in order to take full advantage of the touch/tablet features.

    Out of the box, this took only about 5 minutes to power on and setup. Lenovo tries to get you to pull the trigger on several add-on apps upon booting the first time, but you can skip it. These are programs like ID vault and other useful but unnecessary programs. After skipping that, I setup a few things for Windows, and we’re in! My wireless network detected without a hitch. I’m using a Zyxel 550N router…great signal and reception.

    Touch screen:

    I was anxious to try the touch screen, so I dove in and tried the Lenovo installed stuff 1st. Lenovo Natural Touch is the app that appears to be much like the U1 interface shown at CES. Very “iPhone-like”. It runs a little laggy at first, but when you get a feel for the touch speed, it is actually quite responsive. I tried playing with pictures and the multi-touch works great! IT DOES WORK without having to upgrade windows to a higher version than starter edition…but, using Lenovo’s custom software. I played the sample video which ran pretty smooth and looked just fine. I then tried the notes app and recorded a video of myself which worked as expected. I was able to write on sticky notes witout a problem using my fingertip. I also bought a Pogo which I think works fine for the touch points and just okay for actual writing.

    So, I had a license for Win7 Pro and decided to install it since it added full support for tablets. I got a student deal for $29 a while back…couldn’t resist. So, I did the anytime upgrade and it took about 20 minutes total. Whalla…Win7 Pro.

    I quickly installed Office 2007 including OneNote. They all work fine and multi-touch works to zoom in Word and Powerpoint. OneNote is super for this tablet!!! You can take documents and use a highlighter on screen or scribble notes on top of text documents…VERY COOL and will be quite useful!

    LCD quality:

    The screen is beautiful–very clear and while reflective/glossy, the quality is excellent, bright and easy to look at.

    The screen of course can be viewed vertically or normally. In portrait mode, I found the picture to be a little less sharp and it puts a slight strain on the eye. I’m not sure if its the refresh rate or what, but there is a slight metallic sheen to images and a little bit of a contrast issue. Nothing major, but definitely noticeable. By default, the accelerometer is turned off

    Web tests:

    It of course has IE, but I downloaded Firefox for security and personal preference reasons. Both run fine. They both seem to respond to the multi-touch and the spread gesture zooms in, while swiping scrolls. You can easily navigate like you would on an iPhone. Speed was good.

    I played a few flash games and they played full speed. My 3 yr old daughter even played some games at [...] and used the touch screen to control them with ease!

    I then tried streaming movies on netflix….perfect playback although the screen size and format can waste a little screen real estate. I played a 4:3 movie and it wasted a lot of space until I went full screen…the small browser window made it so you had to scroll up or down a bit in order to see the whole picture. Going full-screen fixed it.

    So, flash and silverlight work just fine. I plan to try some other games soon to push this a little….I’ll report back as I get time.

    Inking:

    I have no experience with other units that have the RF pens, but I can say that the inking/writing is not overly intuitive. Windows Journal and other tablet apps work great though. One I train myself and calibrate this to my writing, I think it’ll improve a lot. The pen/highlighter that I can use in other Office apps is going to be useful for research and school work. The handwriting recognition is not super and almost a waste for inputting a lot of text, even with the Pogo stylus I bought. Plan to use this for drawing and less detailed writing…

    Misc. Stuff:

    SD card reader works great and you can flip through pictures on the card via the Lenovo Natural touch app. The speakers and sound quality are not good at all. It is very “tin-ny” and not loud, though in a quiet room I guess it would be ok. Voices in a movie are audible, but the EQ is bad. I didn’t try headphones, but I’m positive that they’d improve the listening experience. A program called “Bumptop” is included an pretty cool to show off touch features. It creates a 3-D environment for files and pictures that you can move around and stick on walls, stack up or sort. A brief tutorial shows you how…pretty cool. Like many other Lenovo products, this too has the facial recognition which works okay. It came with McAfee security suite on it, which I…

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  2. 92 of 93 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Expensive, has flaws but overall good netbook, February 22, 2010
    By 
    Colin Brown “Colin Brown Microsoft MVP” (Birmingham, Alabama, USA) –
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    This review is from: Lenovo S10-3t 0651-37U 10.1-Inch Multitouch Netbook (Black) (Personal Computers)

    Before buying this you have to decide on what it is you actually want. For me it was the tablet feature. I was very interested in the iPad but after seeing the launch, the specs etc. it quickly became apparent that this wasn’t the device for me. I then went looking around and found the ASUS T91MT touch netbook. My main concerns with this netbook was it’s size and also after reading multiple reviews it’s performance. This led me on to this device, the Lenovo S10-3t. It was the correct size, used the new Pineview chipset and N450 processor so should be capable.

    I’ve now had this device for a few days and played with it almost non-stop. It has both good points and bad points.

    As shipped this device comes with Windows 7 Starter edition, unfortunately this version of windows does not include the built in Windows 7 multi-touch features. If you are really interested in using this device as a tablet then you must upgrade to at least Windows 7 Home Premium edition, so bear this extra cost in mind when deciding whether or not to purchase this. One of the first things I done was to upgrade to Windows 7 Ultimate edition.

    Another point to bear in mind is that you will probably want to upgrade to 2Gb of RAM rather than the built in 1Gb. Again, I done this using the Amazon recommended Crucial memory upgrade. One point to note about the RAM. Amazon states in the technical details about this product that it uses 204 pin DDR2 memory. This is incorrect, it uses the more readily available 200 pin RAM.

    The Lenovo has multiple connectors that should be enough for most people, vga out, twin USB 2 connectors, built in card reader etc. If you need more than what’s provided then you really should be looking at full laptop rather than a netbook. One bad point about these connectors however is that the two USB 2 connectors are too close together. The dimensions of most USB add-ons, e.g. memory stick, GPS receiver etc. are slightly wider than Lenovo allows for so you dont have room to plug in two devices. For example I plugged in a USB memory stick and tried to plug in a mouse but the memory stick was large enough for me not to be able to plug in the mouse. This seems to be an oversight on Lenovo’s part. If you buy a USB extension cord however then you will have no problems (I received a short one with the GPS receiver I bought which works out extremely nicely).

    The touchpad on the Lenovo is extremely small and also annoying. I have found the cursor jumping on the screen and returning the Windows Start Icon multiple times. For nominal use the mouse touchpad will suffice but for any serious or extended use a mouse will be necessary.

    Upgrading the device is extremely easy. There is a cover on the back held in place by 5 screws, simply unscrew and remove the cover to reveal access to the hard drive, RAM and also a mini PCIE port.

    The device is amply powered and has taken whatever I have thrown at it without slowing down noticably. The built in graphics are good enough to handle Windows Aero quite easily and viewing video is a delight. The slowest component appears to be the hard drive but as stated above you can upgrade this from the 5400rpm drive it comes with to a 7200rpm drive or solid state drive if you so wish.

    The onboard sound is a complete disaster if you are playing through the built in speakers. It is barely audible and extremely tinny. Either buy external speakers or listen through headphones.

    Personally I don’t like the keyboard. The keys are very near full size and therefore quite good but they feel very cheap and it just doesn’t feel quite right. Possibly the worst keyboard I’ve come across yet. I’ve also noticed that whilst typing the cursor sometimes jumps. I’ve not figured out yet why this is happening and so am not sure if it’s something that I’m doing or something to do with the actual keyboard.

    Finally the touchscreen. The touchscreen is a delight once you’ve upgraded and can make use of the multi-touch. I’ts very responsive and accurate. Sometimes too accurate. It takes where you first touch the screen so if you are trying to click on a small icon the screen will pick up where your finger touched the screen, which might not be where you meant to touch. Having a stylus obviously helps as it’s more accurate but you can quite easily use touch without problems for the most part. The hinge is very sturdy and has a nice strong action to it.

    It feels as though Lenovo spent most of the development cost on the screen, the hinge and the new Pineview chipset and the rest of the system seems fairly cheaply put together although I’m sure with it being Lenovo then it will last.

    The good :-
    Wonderful touch screen
    Good chipset
    Nice weight
    Easy to replace parts

    The bad :
    USB ports are too close together
    No Bluetooth
    Touchpad is not very good at all…

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  3. 56 of 57 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Inspect your item carefully, April 22, 2010
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    This review is from: Lenovo S10-3t 0651-37U 10.1-Inch Multitouch Netbook (Black) (Personal Computers)

    I was only able to spend a little time with the netbook (Had to send it back..More on this below), during which I was a little underwhelmed- however, I expected this in advance as this is before “tweaking” the machine. As many have noted let me reiterate that you MUST do 2 things to fully appreciate the awesomeness of this little machine:
    1) Upgrade to 2 Gigs of RAM
    2) Fresh Install of WIndows 7 (Home Premium, Professional, or Ultimate)

    This is necessary because straight out of the box you will notice about 70 processes running in the background and about 50% Memory Usage.. and that’s without a single application launched!. The bundled software from Lenovo makes the tablet crawl and furthermore Win7 Starter has very limited Multitouch functionality. This is why you not only need to upgrade the OS but also do a fresh install and not an anytime upgrade(which I know is cheaper,, yes..but still)If you’re an experienced user who backs up important data files then OneKey recovery is not for you. In order for OneKey to work it allocates a significant portion of your harddrive as a hidden partition. I personally plan on reclaiming this storage space during my fresh install. OneKey recovery is only truly useful if you are never going to upgrade the OS or do a fresh install. If you are doing a fresh install (as you should)then you will have a disk anyway and its redundant. Oh btw on that note I really recommend you get an external drive. It fits really neatly into my Targus Netbook case and adds hardly any weight.Also recommend one of those tiny Bluetooth adapters (I leave mine in- you can hardly notice it) and a Bluetooth GPS dongle and your choice of Nav software.

    There is a third item I forgot that you should do to improve user experience. This has to do with a number of minor software ‘tweaks’ that are fairly simple and straightforward but yield tremendous benefits. For instance you can download a more updated Synaptics Touchpad Driver that will now give multitouch capabilities as well as add horizontal scrolling to your touchpad!! Awesome!!
    All of these tweaks and download links etc can be found in more detail at [...]. They have lots of cool video demos.

    Now…. onto my problem..I put this at the bottom because it does not relate directly to the product itself but to Amazon’s service. As i mentioned at the beginning I had to return mine the next day. My problem is that although I purchased this item(new) I am at a loss as to why it was shipped from “Amazon -Return Center”? It was in fact a defective item with the screen warped and barely functional (kept shorting out and you had to press on it at just the right spot on the bezel for it to work).Is Amazon now in the habit of shipping Refubished/damaged items without the customer’s knowledge/consent? At least the return policy was decent in that i received free 1-day shipping of a replacement. However what if the defect was not noticeable until after the 30 day window for returns? Also what if the defect was not glaringly obvious? then i would have never paid close enough attention to packaging to notice the item came from the Return Center.
    Horrible mixup. To be fair, I have been purchasing all types of electronics etc from Amazon for years now and this is the first time i’ve had to return a product however I am now skeptical of future purchases. So my fellow consumers – Be very critical in your inspection of ‘new’ items before you toss the packaging in the trash and pay close attention to where it ships from (i.e beware of Amazon -Return Center).

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